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Discover the delights of Ireland’s County Kerry on this adventurous day trip from Dublin. Travel along winding coastal roads into the Killarney National Park with your guide, and explore pretty towns and villages such as Adare, Aghadoe and Killarney. Marvel at natural attractions including the Lakes of Killarney, Black Valley and the Torc Waterfall, and gain insight into Ireland’s rich geology. Take the Wild Atlantic Way through the Dingle Peninsula to Inch Beach, and gaze out over Dingle Bay and Tralee Bay before returning to Dublin. 

Highlights

  • Excellent value for money
  • Family friendly
  • All entrance fees included
  • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

Esther L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

A great and fun trip. Michael, the driver/guide was informative and entertaining. Don't miss it.

Ellen B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Such a great day and tour!

Jeremy B

4 star rating: Recommended August 2016

This was a fantastic trip. While much of the west and north of Ireland is rocky and windswept, County Kerry is a beautiful, lush place with wonderful forests, charming towns, and stately manors. This is where you'd want to live if you moved to Ireland.

Our first main stop was at Killarney National Park before that we stopped at a rest stop for breakfast, where I had a delicious scone and a pot of tea, where we saw a waterfall and got to explore the forest paths a bit. Then we went to this old manor by a beautiful lake with many gardens and lawns to stroll through. Next was the city of Killarney itself, which was extremely charming, and had many restaurants for lunch, shops for souvenirs, and ice cream places for dessert.

After that, we stopped at a very old church, a spot with a great view, and a large beach. It was extremely bizarre to see the Irish in wetsuits on a rainy 50 degree Fahrenheit day surfing, which was fun.

Overall, fantastic trip, and the drive in the bus itself was beautiful with great commentary. I'm glad I booked it!

Natalie P

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better July 2016

This tour was a mixed bag--it and #39;s a very long day, with several nice stops. We got pretty soaked and clouds obscured the best views, but that and #39;s to be expected in Ireland. Unfortunately, our driver/guide got more and more annoying as the day went on and this really colored our experience.

Cynthia W

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better September 2015

Overall, the experience was ok. It rained most of the time, which, is to be expected this time in Ireland, but overall, it was just ok. The guides weren't knowledgable and didn't make the trip worth while-- they were actually pretty boring. You spent a long time on the bus, and makes for a really long day.

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